Mariana Regalado


Mariana Regalado is professor at Brooklyn College where, as head of reference, she assists students to become smart, curious, and confident information seekers. Her academic background includes both an MA in anthropology and an MLS, which are brought together in her current research: a multi-year, multi-campus study of the daily experience of undergraduates as students at the City University of New York. Her interest in how students experience the research process, travel through their days, use technology and describe their satisfactions and frustrations in turn informs her practice as a librarian.

EDUCAUSE Publications

  • Commuter Students Using Technology
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    A multi-year qualitative study of undergraduates at six colleges at the City University of New York focused on how, where, and when students accomplished their academic work and how the presence or absence of access to technology helped and hindered them.